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scanned to fit snugly on his head. he had written about player safety in the past. h urschel will taking classes in the fall. he said it didn't make sense to play football but at this point with all the new studies the cons outweighed the pros. how smart he is. >> thank you. >> all right. the president wanted to go a different direction. i support him in that. >> some brothers are like cain and abel. some can fight and get along. >> why not respond? >> i'm not going to because it doesn't honor the president. >> he will not put up with some of the bs that's been going on in the white house. >> our president is, he's
impulsive, he's narcissistic. general kelly can't fix that with a better organizational chart. >> north korea made a launch making it the second launch this month. >> this missile flew for about 45 minutes. >> obviously we've noted that north koreans are way more advanced than we thought they were. >> this is "new day" weekend with victor blackwell and christie paul. >> yet another major shakeup in the white house. good morning. reince priebus is out. homeland security secretary is in but priebus says he's still on team trump. >> the president has the right to change directions. the president has a right to hit a reset button. i think it's time to hit the
reset button and i think that it was an -- it was something that i think the white house needs. i think it's healthy, and i support him in it. >> plus, north korea fires another missile, but pyongyang claims this one will be able to hit the u.s. mainland striking cities like denver, chicago, possibly new york and boston. >> a and the sanctions bill is on the way to the desk. the white house says the president will sign it. moscow has ordered embassy staff cuts and first though, president trump's purge of what he calls the dc swamp. he's moving further away from the washington establishment. i want to bring in athena jones. what is the latest change mean for the white house? >> well, one thing it means is
that the so-called washington establishment wing is seeing its power diminished pretty significantly just in the past couple of weeks. if you look at the resignation of sean spicer as press secretary and now the ousting of reince priebus. priebus insisted yesterday that after the news broke that he actually tendered his resignation on thursday privately to the president. what was interesting is that some of his allies were insisting that he wasn't going to be going anywhere. that, offense, is not the case. in the end, his 1289 day tenure just over six months making him the shortest serving chief of staff in modern presidential history, but as you just played in the open there, priebus is putting a good face on it. here is more of what he had to say. >> i'm always going to be a trump fan, i'm on team trump and
i look forward to helping him achieve his goals and his agenda for the american people. >> so there you heard him say he's going to be a trump team player and help him achieve his goals and his agenda and that is the big question going forward. this could be an opportunity for the white house to right the ship and to end all of this talk of chaos and turmoil within the white house, but there are a lot of big questions about general john kelly and how empowered he will be. reince priebus was never empo r empowered to be the sort of traditional chief of staff to be the gate keeper, the controlled access to the president. will that change with general kelly? will he be empowered to keep the various people reporting directly to the president, will he change that? will he be the person that people will have to go through?
that's one of the many surrounding questions for incoming chief of staff kelly. john kelly served as a marine for many years and said that joining the government was the last thing he ever wanted to do. now, what changed his mind and how will he fit into the west wing? diane is here to explain. >> good morning. and yeah, like athena said, we're told that donald trump wanted to add some order to the chaos in the white house. what better way to do that than by adding a decorated marine general. john kelly has received high marks for his work at homeland security, but for a man who has expressed reservations about the toxic nature of politics, but this new position puts him right in the thick of it. it was another major announcement made over twitter.
>> president trump just announcing a new white house chief of staff. >> reporter: the president tapping john kelly to replace reince priebus as his new chief of staff. >> john kelly will do a fantastic job. >> a retired marine corps general with nearly 5 decades of military service has served many roles. the latest homeland security chief where he has learned high marks from the president for defending immigration policy. kelly served tours in iraq and afghanistan his son was killed in 2010. starting monday, general kelly enters a new arena, the white house politics. can he unite the west wing where sharp elbows and loose lips have
distracted from the president's agenda. >> what i wagner saw on the military side was the level of toxic politics that are associated with what i do now. >> he will not put up with some of the bs that's been going on in the white house. i kind of see a picture of him and mr. scaramucci together. i think he will melt him with his eyes. he's a marine. what can i say? >> and all of his friends, john kelly described him to us as the consummate marine and the troops there, that's what's really important. when he issued his statement about being named as the new chief of staff, john kelly dedicated one sentence to talking about that. the rest of it was praising the people, the staff at the department of homeland security. he's coming into a different part of the administration. but making disparaging comments
about one another in public, how john kelly is going to fit into that or whether he can stop that is going to be the question. >> we'll see how he lines up with some of these big personalities we've gotten to know. thank you so much. a cnn reporter is with us now. i want to play some sound from cnn counterterrorism analyst and what he had to say about this new appointment. listen in. >> we bring in general mcmaster and he's sidelined. we bring in mattis on the transgender of the past 42 to 207 8 hours. the pent con told the president give us an implementation plan, and you know what the message is
from mattis? we ain't doing it. >> eh's a general he was with the president during the campaign. he's balanced because he lied to the vice president. who are we trying to fool? the president owns a white house and an oval office that is unmanageab unmanageable. another four star general is not going to change it. >> what's your reaction? >> reporter: yeah, he has a very good point. you can't manage someone who doesn't want to be managed and that's become incredibly clear and with the appointment of scaramucci, he came out in his fist press conference and this is -- keep in mind that scaramucci wasn't even starting until august and he's already coming out in a press conference saying he wants to let trump be trump and so it's become clear that the president is not interested in being managed and he's not interested in being a more reliable sort of washington political presence. reince priebus was brought in as
sort of an establishment hand to keep things steady and to make things a little more typical. well, he failed at that and that's because the president himself didn't want what he was -- what he brought reince on to do. >> are they welcoming this, meaning the other people in the west wing? >> well, i know some people are happy to have somebody coming in who might produce a little more order in the white house, but i think the white house is not a unitary thing. it's a whole bunch of different factions fighting each other and most of them would rather have the chaos. someone like kelly would be a great -- if he was empowered, if he was allowed to act as other white house chiefs of staff and he would order and maybe be the gate keeper. but no one wants a gate keeper. they want to tell the president whatever they want at that time
and win that day. so i think that if kelly is able to act as a regular chief of staff it will change as the rest of the white house works. i don't believe that's going to happen. >> when you talk about the availability of the president to everybody in the oval office -- in the west wing, this is something that's in the post this morning. scaramucci reports to president trump but two people said they expect him to acquire most aides to report to him rather than circumventing the chief of staff. they've been in there for six months. there is already some sort of territory that has been established with people who can come in and out of the office. how likely is it that people in the oval office and the west wing that listen to this chief
of staff? >> i guess if anybody can make a change like that it's probably going to be somebody who is a commander in the marines but that is a tough job ahead of him. if people are used to be able to walk in and out and talk to the president at will and he has encouraged that himself, how do you change that? and that is the president himself really sets the tone. and so you know, general kelly can come in and say this he wants to do this and say that he wants to do that, but if he's undermined by his own boss it's going to be impossible for him to do that. and people are taking the tone from the president and when he himself has let people walk in and out it becomes harder for him to change things and as david mentioned there's been chaos and that has been allowed to reign because trump enjoys chaos and he seems to like having the people in his white house vie for his attention through the media, through this fighting and so i find it gift
to believe that general kelly is going to be able to really put a handle and stop that. >> david, i want to go back to a tweet that civilian trump put out there back in january of 2012. three chiefs of staff in less than three years of being president, part of the reason why barack obama cannot manage to his agenda. there are several more changes than that in this administration and we're only six months in. where do they go from here? >>. >> it's a great question. to me, the really revealing thing is going to look at anthony scaramucci. he represents running the white house as a reality show which you introduce new and progressively less predictable characters to fight with each other on stage. that's all he did last week and it seemed like trump was pleased by it.
he doesn't move trump closer to the things he wants to do and entertains trump by shifing other members of the staff. if scaramucci remains on, i think it shows president trump has chosen to run the white house for a reality show. all right. appreciate both of you being here. thank you. all right. a developing story we're following, the iran revolutionary guard is reporting a new incident with the u.s. navy. they say an aircraft carrier fired warning flares. this is the latest in a series of encounters involving the two navies including one on tuesday and this is video of that one. a u.s. navy ship fired warning
shots. cnn has reached out for a response to today's incident. a threat from north korea. the country claims its missiles can now hit u.s. cities, all the way to chicago. how the u.s. is responding now. plus, russia retaliates and threatens to kick some earn manies out of the country over new sanctions. when you've got... ...nausea, heartburn, indigestion, upset stomach, diarrhea!
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>> reporter: yeah, we're talking about rapid developments to this program. you'll remember it was just three weeks ago when the somewhat stunning news was brought forward that north korea had launched his fist test of an intercontinental u.s. missile. now the experts a weighing in saying this test shows an add v -- advancement. saying it could reach to all the way to east coast cities. president trump had to quickly respond saying he would take any steps necessary to protect the u.s. homeland. his comments were also followed by rex tillerson who again calling them the economic enablers to post a risk. the statement goes on to say this. he says the united states seeks the peaceful denuclearization of
the pe indianapolissa. we will wagner accept a nuclear armed north korea nor abandon our commitment to allies in the region. you saw south korea and the u.s. joining up for live fire exercises overnight. again it's meant to send a message to north korea, but so far, the message really hasn't been received. there have been 12 missile launches just since president trump took office. this is a leader who has kicked more launches than his father or his grandfather so he is certainly telling the world, the tletss that have come from the region and the u.s. have not been incentive to work toward
denuclearizati denuclearization. south korea trying to up defenses in the region at this point. the president of south korea coming out saying that the south korean president wants to continue to deploy parts of a controversial defense missile system. not only is this test raising tension in the region but the response to it also creating tension. >> and the u.s. says diplomatic er ear efforts are preferred. the white house says president will indeed sign the russia sanctions bill. it makes it harder for president trump to ease sothose tensions.
it will demand that the u.s. removes some diplomatic staff from the country. clair sebastian is live in moscow, what are you hearing from that vantage point? >> reporter: well, it's interesting because this is happening seven months after the obama administration sent out similar messages on russia. they expelled 35 diplomats. that was over election meddling and for seven monos russia has waited waiting for any signal that there will be a real improvement in ties. it's been negotiating in the last couple of months for the return of those compounds in the u.s. but the real clinching factor in this retaliation was that bill that passed through congress, that overwhelming majoritiy for new sanctions and the ability that it ties to president's hand
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welcome back. so grateful to have your company. >> good morning to you. >> so the war within the white house seems sob continuing. reince priebus is out after six months. >> secretary john kelly will leave the department of homeland security to take the job. he'll start on monday and there will be a meeting of the president's cabinet. as for priebus he says he supports the president's
decision. >> i think the president wanted to go a different direction and i support him in that. i said the president has a right to change directions. the president has a right to hit a reset button. i think it's a good time to hit the reset button. i think he was right to the reset button and it was something that i think the white house needs. i think it's healthy and i support him in it. >> i'm always going to be a trump fan. i'm on team trump and i look forward to helping him achieve his goals and his agenda for the american people. >> well former rnc chairman lasted only six months as chief of staff. his tenure the shortest in u.s. history, but his history with the president goes back much further. >> reporter: their relationship was rocky from the start. during the republican primary donald trump insisting the vote
was rigged and that reince priebus should be ashamed of himself because he knew what was going on. after trump became the nominee, heard trump dragging that he could grab women on this leaked access hollywood tape. >> gab them by the [ bleep ]. do anything. >> priebus then abruptly cancelled all of his sunday morning television appearances. trump refused to step down, but despite that the two men seemed to find a way to mend fences. >> the next president of the united states, donald trump. >> reince is really a star and he is the hardest working guy. >> like when questions were asked about a potential conflict of interest between president trump and his businesses. >> so i can assure you and everyone out there that all of these things will be followed
and be done properly. >> also fending off questions about why the president still hadn't released his tax returns. >> in one of the most historic presidential victories in our country and the only people asking me this question are people like you. >> but soon after taking office, priebus found himself unable to contain a laundry list of controversies like the russia investigation and the failure of the senate's plan to repeal and replace obamacare. >> still, priebus kept up a brey face. >> i'm not in any trouble. i've got a great relationship with the president. we talk a all the time. >> reince priebus was always a republican party guy, he lost an important ally when sean spicer resigned and now, just days later he too is out of the trump white house.
cnn, new york. well, plea dus ariebus and join a growing list of those exiting the white house. so president trump fired salary yates for refusing to defend the president's immigration ban. flynn was forced to resign a few weeks later for misleading the vice president for his leadings over the russian am because corps. jeff sessions asked dozens of u.s. attorneys to resign. a few weeks later deputy chief of staff katy walsh left the white house for another job and fast forward to may, he fired james comey and just this month
the department of government ethics designed. the spokesman for the legal team, he stepped down. white house secretary sean spicer quit followed by assistant secretary and now reince priebus has left. >> still to come, president trump under fire for telling police officers not to worry about injuring suspects during arrest. >> when you see these thugs being thrown into the back of a patty wagon, you see them thrown in rough, i said, please don't be too nice. >> now, police chiefs across the country are saying now that this is an endorsement of police brutality. one former chief says that law enforcement should respond and they are speaking up. also, demonstrators are ignoring a government ban on protests in venezuela. ahead, we're live with the
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linked to this. we're joined live from caracas. what is the situation this morning at this hour? >> reporter: well, we can actually still see the opposition still on the roads this morning. roadblocks still in place as they use this as a way to make a statement speaking out against the vote for tomorrow. this vote that would be for a new constituent assembly to rewrite the constitution. the president has said he is not backing down. he's not backing down to the opposition. he's not backing down to international pressure. the u.s. has already placed sanctions on 13 individuals tied to the president and they have said they will move forward with economic -- swift economic sanctions against the country in the future if they move forward for this vote. at this point they're just targeting individuals. colombia has also been added to
that list, mexico, so there is a mounting international pressure supporting the opposition in hoping that the president will back down from this, but on the street, you can see the opposition, which in many cases then actually includes children, a young generation that really has not seen a venezuela back when it was still considered one of the wealthiest countries in the world. and when they're out on the streets they are saying that this is about freedom. this is about a new country. they do not want a new constitution. they want a new government. but when you go into the areas that are really pro government backers there, you'll hear them say much of the same. this is about democracy. this is about freedom, but they see a different way of doing it. they believe this assembly will actually achieve that, but in the last 24 hours since this
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well, some tough and controversial words from the president on how police should handle suspects after an arrest as we look there at the white house. >> you see these thugs being thrown into the back of a patty wagon, you see them thrown in, rough, i said, please don't be too nice. like when you guys put somebody many the car and you're protecting their head. the way they put their hand, like don't hit their head and they've just killed somebody. i said you can take the hand away. okay? >> some chuckles, some cheers there, but the remarks came during a speech that the president made on long island yesterday. and although there were sommerfesome
agreement, not everybody appl d applauded the comments. >> at a time when the police were under scrutiny. former police chief, good morning to you. i want to read to you what the police department put out in opposition to what the president said. the police department has strict rules and procedures in handling of prisoners. as a department, we do not and will not tolerate roughing up of prisone prisoners. you say the president's remarks are a direct endorsement of brutality. explain that. >> you got us? >> yeah. >> you say that the president's comments are a direct endorsement of brutality. explain for us. >> let me say this. the remarks we heard yesterday
from the president are very disturbing to all of us in the law enforcement community and across this country. we have been working for a great number of year to improve relationships and certainly in the most recent years we have been. when you have the highest office in the land, make a comment to the fact, give inference to the fact that brutality is okay, you're going to find an executive in this country who's going to support this. i had an opportunity to speak with the chief of police and also to the noble president who is now convening in atlanta, georgiand and this is certainly a topic of discussion. we are really outraged by that remark and certainly we want to make it very clear that police in this country, it is an honorable profession, we operate
by laws and policies and more importantly is that we have a constitution in this nation and under that and do the very best job they can do every day to keep this community safe. we know that our men and women across this country face some very unique challenges out there. they put their lives at risk. and all of us support what they do. but none of us are going to support the idea that we should be brutal in any type of way. officers have the right to defend themselves. and they will. and i support that. however, we have ways in which we do things we are professional organization. we live by our profession. and we have an ethos that we live by. and what we're going to do in this point in our policing, we're going to continue forward with advances that we have made. we will continue to make those advances. and we certainly will not circumvent the certain professionalism of this
organization based on such an irresponsible remark. >> so, cedric, is there a concern that the president may some emboldened the officer who may not have the best of intentions in a situation, such as the president was speaking of? >> well, you know, the greatest majority of officers in this country go out there every day, even right there in sufficieolk county. first, let me note i want to applaud suffolk county leadership for making the statement yesterday and stating we do not support brutality. that is not the way we conduct ourselves in suffolk county police department. i want to applaud the man. but the officer out there who may go off the rail, here's what i would say to he or she. i would not pay attention to that remark or in any kind of way that you're going to be supported. because you have laws in your city, in your state and in our government. and we don't want to make
ourselves, in any kind of way that you enact someone's -- or you violate someone's civil rights and you find yourself in trouble. >> cedric, let me ask you one thing, we're running out of time here. but i want you to respond to what we saw. because after the president said that, there were applause and cheers from the officers standing behind him. so, when we heard from the management of the department that we don't do this, the officers standing there were applauding the president's suggestion. >> yeah. you know, we all saw that optic. and certainly that is very concerning for us. and here's what i will say to those officers who were cheering that along. i would suggest very strongly that you do not buy into that. because in no kind of way, i'm kwat su quite sure your department or any other department across this country is going to support the idea of brutality. i'm quite sure the majority of men and women cheering in that room that day, i want their faith that they go out every day
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>> the mooch. >> the mooch. >> the mooch! >> reporter: stephen colbert said it 13 times. >> the mooch. >> the mooch. >> reporter: the communications director. >> the mooch is rated a smooch. >> reporter: in a nine-minute segment about the new communications communications director. >> the mooch is ready to smooch. >> reporter: i love the president. >> i love the president. >> i love the guy. >> reporter: let us count the ways. >> the way i know him. >> reporter: but scaramucci isn't saving all of his love for the president. he's got love left over -- for sean spicer. >> and i love the guy. >> reporter: for other white house staffers. >> i love the hair and makeup person that we have. >> reporter: tweeted one critic, is there anyone, anywhere, or anything that do you not love? next thing you know, he'll say he loves the fandango. >> scaramouche, scaramouche, will you do the fandango. >> reporter: actually, scaramouche is a clown character
and fandango is a spanish dance not yet danced at the white house. scaramucci may not be a bohemian. >> i love the president. >> reporter: he urch uses the same line as the president. >> we're going to win so much. >> we're actually going to get tired of winning. >> you're going to get tired of winning. >> we're going to win so much. >> you're going to get so sick and tired of winning -- >> reporter: and they don't just talk the same. ♪ >> reporter: the mooch himself retweeted his hit from "the daily show." even if he really likes someone, his feelings grow as he speaks. >> i like the team -- let me rephrase that, i love the team. >> reporter: anthony scaramucci is the barry white of the white house. ♪ ♪ right down to blowing the press a kiss. jeanne moos, cnn. ♪ can't get enough of your love ♪ >> reporter: new york. the president wanted to go a different direction. i support him in that.
>> some are like people, other brothers can fight and not get along. >> i'm not going to honor the president. >> john kelly will do a fantastic job. >> he will not put up some of the bs that has been going on in the white house. our president is impulsive, he's deceitful, he's autocratic, he's narcissistic. general kelly can't fix that. north korea launched another intercontinental ballistic missile, making it the second launch this month. >> this missile flew for about 45 minutes. >> it's concerning. obviously, we noticed lately that the north koreans are way more advanced than we thought they were. >> announcer: is this "new day weekend" with victor blackwell and christi paul. >> another